Signal Radio Show: Dec. 1, 2017
This week the radio show focuses on public services in Halifax from bus route changes to a new student run clinic
December 1, 2017, 1:09 pm ASTLast Updated: January 15, 2018, 3:55 pm
The Signal’s audio workshop reports on everything from the mumps cases in Halifax to the Harry Potter pub crawl.
Nermeen Ramadan finds out about a rash of electronic thefts on universities.
Cam Honey-Webb speaks with health officials about the 14 confirmed cases of mumps in Halifax.
Jayde Tynes checks out the new changes to Halifax Transit routes.
Trent Erickson goes down to St. Margaret’s Bay Road on its last day of construction.
Avi Jacob explores the growing trend of doctors prescribing health apps to their patients.
Will Gordon speaks with volunteers at the student run and led health clinic HOPES.
Trent Erickson gets festive with Neptune Theatre and asks them about this Christmas season’s plays.
And Danielle McCreadie finds out more about Halifax’s Harry Potter pub crawl.
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